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And this is the map showing the campus area, Queen's Park indeed part of the university's property. A, being the Helen Gardiner Phelan Playhouse...I think we just found Lez Luthor's Opera House...and B, Queen's Park, where the arrests took place. Do you get why we live in a lawless state? Because if it happens on private property, it's no business of public authorities. The more public institutions are privatise, the more a country is converted into a set of fiefdoms revolving around city states.
So, was it just a coincidence that when Charlie was arrested, he let slip he was detained by "police" in cages set up on the premises of the Toronto Film Studios. Or that Danny chose to film long range shots showing that the rioters causing damage where primarily surrounded by photographers, and not other protesters. Or that he included shots outside the construction of a Trump Tower, or the National Film Board of Canada where all the apparent police offices in riot gear looked as if they came out of?
It gets better though, I don't think I can be bothered putting up all the plastic faces I've spotted. But this one is revealing, because it just goes to show the theft of public money is unending. Can you make out the fake nose, cheeks and forehead; Mike has that strange shiny plastic texture to the upper part of his face.
rachel wrote: ↑Tue Oct 24, 2023 3:32 pm Over 1000 arrests were made, making it the largest mass arrest in Canadian history. In the aftermath of the protests, the Toronto Police Service and the Integrated Security Unit (ISU) of the G20 Toronto summit were heavily criticized for brutality during the arrests and eventually went under public scrutiny by media and human rights activists. There has been legal action in the form of a class action lawsuit towards the Toronto police on behalf of all of those who were arrested despite the Toronto Police's several attempts to stop court proceedings by appealing the case. As of November 10, 2016 The Supreme Court of Canada ruled that it will not hear the Toronto Police Services Board's appeal. As a result, a class action lawsuit was able to proceed on November 25, 2016 towards trial. On August 17, 2020, The Canadian Press announced that the lawsuit had resulted in a $16.5 million settlement. Those arrested were each awarded dollar amounts ranging from $5,000 to $24,700.
I forgot to mention 'HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANISATIONS' in my list of treasonous state assets, you know the ones which disappeared into thin air when actual human rights abuses took place during the CORONAVIRUS LOCKDOWNS. They are just another set of fictional entities where taxes go to die.
Question: were any of the people filmed actual police officers, or were they all a mix of actors, extras and performing arts students? Is this why the Toronto Police tried on several attempts to stop court proceedings by appealing the case...because the abuses were all made-up bullshit? Is that $16.5 MILLION SETTLEMENT real money billed to Canadian taxpayers? I would think it probably is; the money is real, everything else is media fakery...and everyone plays along, because they all get a cut.
But I haven't got to the cherry on the top...
I'd previously noted that InfoWars and Prison Planet seemed to be the joint first sources of alternative information with regards to the Smolensk plane crash of the 10th April 2010. They appear to be the first ones to promote the narrative about the assassination of crash survivors by Russian secret police via the release of the staged Andrei Mendierej film.
rachel wrote: ↑Thu Sep 07, 2023 10:43 am Fourth witness, longest and most in-depth testimony, Slawomir Wissniewski, film editor TVP. From what I can understand, the Andrei Mendierej video which I've littered this thread with, the original story surrounding it is that journalist Andrei Mendierej filmed it, posted it to youtube, for some reason Info Wars, Prison Planet and I guess the Polish equivalent found it straight away, then Andrei Mendierej was stabbed in the street, rushed to hospital, then someone else finished him off by taking his tubes out, something like that. This all happened almost instantly of the video being shared on the internet. Later, it is claimed that story is bogus and actually Slawomir Wissniewski made the film in the woods. This is his testimony in the 2022 report...
So the Polish plane crash happened on Saturday 10 April 2010, and the start of the G20 Summit was Saturday 26 June 2010...that works out to be a gap of 2 MONTHS 2 WEEKS 2 DAYS, or 11 WEEKS exactly, or...77 DAYS.
And here comes INFO WARS...
CHARLIE ON THE STREET: I've gotta be careful, I'm going to get busted for inciting a riot.
THROUGH LOUD HAILER: Why are you blocking peaceful protesters off every 100 metres? Why are you not letting people walk through the...
DANNY ON INFOWARS: A very interesting thing that happened; Charlie and I were in the middle of this particular protests where everybody got surrounded, and they had blocked the street on Queen Street leading up to Spadina [Avenue]. The area where one of the police cars was on fire. And Charlie got on the bullhorn and said, 'you know, if this line is blocked, let's go north, everybody'.
CHARLIE, THROUGH LOUD HAILER: ...why they are blocking us, I guess we're gonna have to go that way.
DANNY ON INFOWARS: So everybody started to go this way, and then all of a sudden the police opened up the line, it allowed everyone to go through. Almost like as if they wanted us to be in that particular area. Where that police car was on fire.
CHARLIE ON THE STREET: I'm so busy today, I'm so sorry. I've got so much stuff I need to do. I've got to be on the radio in an hour. [Charle leaves the protest.]
So if they are talking about a police car on fire on Queen Street, it would be a third car; the one with the number 766 we saw at the beginning being smashed up. I'm not convinced the continuity is correct as Danny and Charlie previously spent about ten minutes telling us how the police wouldn't let them get to the protest area on Queen Street, and the Spadina Avenue side is where the protest apparently started, and I've not yet spotted that police car on fire, just smashed up.
Ok, because this post is getting quite long, I'm going to have to save the best bit for the next post. I think it's probably worth a bit of a transcript added anyway. Stay tuned.